2022 F1 Pre-Season testing - Bahrain - Day 2 - 6pm 
1Carlos SainzESPScuderia Ferrari1m33.532s29
2Lance StrollCANAston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team1m34.064s42
3Esteban OconFRABWT Alpine F1 Team1m34.276s103
4Charles LeclercMONScuderia Ferrari1m34.366s54
5Lewis HamiltonGBRMercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team1m35.516s33
6Lando NorrisGBRMcLaren F1 Team1m35.761s46
7Max VerstappenNEDOracle Red Bull Racing1m35.874s67
8Sebastian VettelGERAston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team1m36.020s46
9Kevin MagnussenDANHaas F1 Team1m36.505s28
10Yuki TsunodaJPNScuderia AlphaTauri1m36.802s107
11Valtteri BottasFINAlfa Romeo F1 Team Orlen1m36.987s25
12Mick SchumacherGERHaas F1 Team1m37.846s23
13George RussellGBRMercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team1m38.585s67
14Nicholas LatifiCANWilliams Racing1m39.845s12
15Guanyu ZhouCHNAlfa Romeo F1 Team Orlen1m41.805s33

Full F1 driver line-up for Day 2 of Bahrain test:

Mercedes: George Russell (AM), Lewis Hamilton (PM)
Red Bull: Max Verstappen
Ferrari: Charles Leclerc (AM), Carlos Sainz (PM)
McLaren: Lando Norris
Alpine: Esteban Ocon
AlphaTauri: Yuki Tsunoda
Aston Martin: Sebastian Vettel (AM), Lance Stroll (PM)
Williams: Nicholas Latifi 
Alfa Romeo: Valtteri Bottas (AM), Guanyu Zhou (PM)
Haas: Mick Schumacher (AM), Kevin Magnussen (PM)

Formula 1 testing continues as the teams head to Bahrain for their final preparations before the new season.

Teams spent three days shaking down their new cars in Barcelona at the end of last month but the full focus turns to Bahrain with the second test being shown live on TV.

With the first race of the season taking place in Bahrain, this test will be especially important for the teams in understanding their new machines and the new 18-inch tyres.

Warmer temperatures, sandy conditions and driving under the lights - the three days of testing should be an exciting watch.

Ferrari and McLaren have started the season strongly, but Mercedes and Red Bull are expected to be introducing significant upgrades for Bahrain ahead of the new season.

Alpine and Aston Martin went under the radar in the first test, while Alfa Romeo and Haas needs more mileage.

Teams will divide the schedules up into morning (AM) and afternoon (PM) sessions, or even in some cases, give one driver the entire day. 

Running begins in Bahrain at 0700 GMT and finishes at 1600 GMT over three days - Thursday, March 10 to Saturday, March 12.